Living in modern times but trapped in a colonial nightmare, Cristovam (Antônio Pitanga) is an Indigenous -- Black man from the rural north of Brazil who migrated for work during the economic boom to an affluent Austrian enclave in the south. Over three decades later, he is now lost in a decadent community. Informed that he must take a wage cut at the milk factory where he has worked for many years, he finds refuge in an abandoned home where he discovers artifacts reminiscent of his past. As Cristovam rediscovers his roots, he comes to the realization that nothing has changed. The attacks he endures in the community, both mental and physical, awaken in him a legacy of abuse carried down for centuries.
|Directed by||João Paulo Miranda Maria|
|Written by||João Paulo Miranda Maria, Felipe Sholl|